The point-of-sale incentive program begins Dec. 1 and will provide up to $5,000 off the sticker price for qualifying vehicles, which can be powered by compressed natural gas, hydrogen or electricity as their primary source of fuel. “More options for clean-energy transportation equal a greener future for B.C. families,” said Lake.
With over $6 million in provincial funding for new filling stations and upgrades to hydrogen stations at existing facilities, drivers will have more fueling options. In addition, homeowners who want to install dedicated pumps in their homes for their clean fuel cars will get a rebate of up to $500 per qualifying station.
“British Columbians will now be able to reduce their transportation energy costs through these climate-friendly vehicle and fuel options. These programs will help us build on our global leadership in low-carbon transportation infrastructure and technology and that means new jobs and more economic opportunities,” stated Coleman. rust remover singapore
Source: Government of British Columbia.